CSHT706TC Home Theater Surge ProtectorThe CyberPower Home Theater Surge Protector CSHT706TC provides 1950 joules of surge protection and 7 outlets to safeguard your home theater equipment from damage caused by electrical surges. Data line protection occurs with RJ11 ports for telecommunication devices such as phones, faxes, modems, and DSL lines. Gold-plated RG6 coaxial connectors protect cable/satellite TV receivers and broadband modems.
- Cable/Satellite Protection
- Phone/DSL Protection
Features of the CSHT706TC include automatic shutdown, 7 outlets (1 widely spaced for transformer plugs), a power cord (6 ft.), a right-angle plug with 45° off-set, LED status indicators, impact-resistant casing, metal oxide varistor (MOV) technology, and an EMI/RFI noise filter. This surge suppressor comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty and a Connected Equipment Guarantee.
- Surge suppression: 1950 Joules
- Circuit breaker: 15 Amp
- Outlets: 7 outlets (1 widely spaced for transformer plug)
- Plug type: NEMA 5-15P (45° off-set)
- Power cord: 6 ft.
- Data line protection: Telephone, Coaxial
Reliable Power ProtectionCyberPower designs professional-grade surge protectors that safeguard IT networks, A/V systems, and equipment for home offices and entertainment centers. Commonly occurring power surges (caused by storms, activity on the power grid, or high-powered equipment turning on and off) can severely damage sensitive electronics, shorten equipment life, and result in data loss. This Home Theater Surge Protector safeguards your home theater equipment from such surges.
Typical UseThis surge protector safeguards audio/video equipment (such as gaming systems, HD TVs, Blu-Ray players, and CD/DVD players), consumer electronics, receivers/modems, and personal computers. It diverts excess voltage away from sensitive electronic equipment and connected devices during an AC power surge or power spike, preventing uncontrolled equipment shutdown caused by power interruptions.
- Audio/Video Equipment
- Consumer Electronics
- Personal Computers